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Microsoft is promising that Xbox One racer Forza 5 will revolutionise the racing genre thanks to its advanced handling of AI.
Insomniac Games is creating a new open-world shooter for Xbox One, titled Sunset Overdrive.
Microsoft has shown the first footage from new historical action franchise Ryse for Xbox One.
Microsoft has unveiled a redesign of the Xbox 360 that is available now.
Solid Snake was the first Xbox One star to appear at today's Microsoft press conference.
UK rental and retail chain Blockbuster has said it is happy to support Microsoft's new console, even though it prevents the use of rented games.
We've asked. They've not answered.
Microsoft’s statement about pre-owned licences on Xbox One last night has sent a shiver up the back of indie retailers.
My brother Ben loves Bungie.
The industry could be on the verge of an unprecedented standoff between retailers and platform holders.
Make no mistake about it – what you saw last night was a retreat from Microsoft.
Microsoft has provided a pretty robust set of answers today to questions about second hand games and online elements of Xbox One.
Xbox One owners look unlikely to face any fees for buying or selling used games on Xbox One.
Xbox has tonight made a decisive move to calm the many questions asked about its new next-gen console Xbox One.
There are just hours left – well, around 97.5 at the time of writing – until E3 2013 kicks off.
Games for the Xbox One will not be required to run at a resolution of 1080p or at 60 frames per second.
The UK Xbox Live Arcade charts are in. And in the least shocking news of the day – Minecraft is No.1.
The biggest game of the year won't be at E3 and is not even coming to the next generation of consoles.
Microsoft is on the hunt for exclusive entertainment content for Xbox One.
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition is out today at US retail, with the disc version arriving in additional territories throughout the rest of the month.
A new Halo game will launch in July for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, Microsoft has announced.
Lionhead’s Fable series seems to be on the brink of a front-bench return.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is reportedly considering major changes within company management.